Grand Central Geode Casement
The Grand Central Geode Cosmic Casement is a sculptural vessel for contemplation and exploration. The central casement contains hollows and passages within its massive bronze wall. These cavities are filled with figural energy summaries, electrical polarities of connection, and anatomical forms in transition. These spaces are inviting and stimulating for contemplation and exploration.
The sculpture is a work of art made from clay and bronze. It resembles a planetoid, resembling planetary matter. It contains an array of energies that represent the cosmic and planetary realms. This sculpture is part of the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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This bronze artwork has an interior that is open to exploration, complete with hollows and passages. The bronze wall is also covered in grooves, creating an ambiance that invites exploration. Sculptural components within the Central Casement include male and female figural energy summaries, electrical polarities of connection, and anatomical forms that are undergoing the process of becoming.